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 By: Omar Rifaat  
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Photographer  Omar Rifaat {Karma:10141}
Project #42 Moody Landscape Camera Model Nikon FM2n
Categories Architecture
Film Format
Portfolio Serenity
Lens Nikon  MF 24mm f/2.8
Uploaded 10/13/2004 Film / Memory Type Fuji  Superia
    ISO / Film Speed 100
Views 458 Shutter
Favorites Aperture f/
Critiques 10 Rating
/ 5 Ratings
Location City -  Kyoto
State - 
Country - Japan   Japan
About Kinkaku-ji, perhaps the most famous temple in Kyoto.

The beauty of this place is overwhelming.

24mm + Polarising lens
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There are 10 Comments in 1 Pages
Omar Rifaat   {K:10141} 11/10/2004
Thanks so much for yout very kind comment! I'm quite new to photography, so it means a lot to me! I like your shots very much too. Welcome to Usefilm. I look froward to seeing more of your work.


Luís Lobo Henriques   {K:9002} 11/10/2004
You are a great photograph, Omar.
Fantastic photos on your portfolio!
Thanks for comment my "Canyon mirror" and for the advices!
Best regards from Portugal,


Diego Ruggiero Diego Ruggiero   {K:10659} 10/27/2004
Oh, gerat atmosphere and colors, I like so much the reflection.
Very good work.


Gaetan Chevalier   {K:4188} 10/21/2004
Very nice shot with beautiful reflection.


Omar Rifaat   {K:10141} 10/17/2004
Wow! Thanks for your flattering praise. i'm glad you like the shot.
Take care,


Khaled Mursi Hammoud Khaled Mursi Hammoud   {K:54005} 10/14/2004
Stunning scenery Omar, the composition, the reflection of the trees and clouds in the calm water in addition to the colours are all more than perfect. Superb Omar 7+++++++.
Regards my friend,


Jeanette Hägglund Jeanette Hägglund   {K:59855} 10/13/2004
I don?t think it distroy anything with the branches, insteed it gives dimensions with this foreground ad background. Beautiful refelctions - like a mirror.



Patrick Jacobson   {K:29151} 10/13/2004
Aye.. true.. could have been tricky to fix that! Well.. its still a super shot! =)


Patrick J


Omar Rifaat   {K:10141} 10/13/2004
yes, I see your point. I tried but I felt bad cutting out the sky! It seemed to detract from the balance. .


Patrick Jacobson   {K:29151} 10/13/2004
Superb moody shot.. fantastic view and amazing colors and light! Love it.. only thing i would see different is to crop away the branches that can be seen in the right upper corner of the picture.

Cheers! =)

Patrick J




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